A Romantic Getaway
- A Cozy Breakfast.
Start your day at the hotel with a hot tea or coffee and kaya toast filled with butter and kaya, a jam made from coconut milk, sugar, eggs and pandan leaves.
- On the Boardwalk.
Outside the bustle of the city you’ll find the Changi Boardwalk, a scenic and tranquil setting along the coastline with gentle sea breezes, giant heritage trees and local fishermen trying for their morning catch.
- Garden of Delights.
Singapore’s renown as the Garden City is well-earned, and the lush grounds of the Singapore Botanic Gardens are a big reason why. The gardens, more than 150 years old, cover 200 acres and contain thousands of species of flora, including the world’s largest display of that alluring symbol of love, the orchid.
- The Magic of Little India.
Stroll hand in hand through Little India, one of Singapore’s most vibrant areas with its mix of shops, flavorful cuisine, restaurants, Hindu and Chinese temples, and mosques and churches. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is one of the oldest temples in Singapore.
- Artful Asia.
Spend time in the National Gallery, a recent addition to the cultural attractions of Singapore. The gallery, which is in the former Supreme Court Building and the City Hall, houses one of the largest collections of Southeast Asian and Singapore art. Steal away to the rooftop bar, a cozy retreat with a fine view of the city.
- Watch the Sunset Up High.
Catch a romantic sunset at Marina Barrage rooftop, where the sky-high Singapore cityscape is a stunning foreground as the sun’s rays play off the buildings. Earlier in the day, this scenic locale is a favorite for picnics and kite flying.
- An Unforgettable Meal.
For an exquisite dining experience in an intimate and sophisticated setting, the hotel’s Summer Pavilion’s Cantonese cuisine and impeccable service is second to none: The establishment is ranked as the top restaurant in Singapore on TripAdvisor.com.
- Mysteries of the Deep.
Embark on a visit to Sentosa Island’s S.E.A. Aquarium, home to more than 100,000 marine animals across 800 species and 49 habitats, including Shark Seas and Open Ocean. Explore Asia’s maritime heritage and Singapore’s history as a trading port at the aquarium’s Maritime Experiential Museum.
- Neighborhood Stroll.
With its eclectic mix of European- and Chinese-influenced architecture and restaurants, cafés, pubs and buildings, Robertson Quay is the most relaxed of the Singapore River’s three quays. Stop by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute, a small creative workshop and gallery dedicated to print and paper art.
- A Journey of Teas.
Enjoy afternoon tea sitting at the hotel’s Chihuly Lounge. A refreshing tea mocktail begins the set, followed by a choice of 25 blends of loose leaf teas from the Ronnefeldt tea collection, along with an assortment of scrumptious desserts, including macarons, pralines and tea cakes.
- Treat One Another.
Shop for each other at Singapore’s luxe shopping locale, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. With more than 800,000 square feet, this massive mall has a sophisticated mix of high-end brands and newer, emerging designer labels.
- Set Sail at Sunset.
Set out on a romantic cruise from Marina at Keppel Bay to dine and sip champagne as you take in a beautiful sunset, the cityscape and fireworks over Sentosa Island. Lloyd Marine offers a two-hour charter, French dining for two, champagne and a bouquet of flowers.
- The Sky’s the Limit.
Plan a late-night rendezvous at Gardens by the Bay. The OCBC Skyway is perfect for a hand-holding walk among a grove of radiating “supertrees.” These vertical gardens, covered in thousands of plants, reach as high as 50 meters, with one even sporting its own treetop restaurant.
- Bridge of Sighs.
Linger to talk awhile and gaze in each other’s eyes along the stylish Helix Bridge, a pedestrian walkway, nearly 1,000 feet long, that features a futuristic design and an enchanting view of the water and skyline.
- Breakfast in Bed.
Enjoy a late start to your day and order breakfast to your room.
- Chinese Culture.
Head to Chinatown to soak up the captivating ambiance of its narrow streets, old shop houses, temples, medicinal halls, and teahouses. Pick up a souvenir in the small stores around the Heritage Centre. As lunch draws near, explore Food Street’s sampling of cuisine from local cultures.
- Views for Miles.
For far-flung views, board the Singapore Flyer, an observation wheel that features fixed bus-sized capsules. The giant wheel takes about 30 minutes to rotate, and on a clear day you can see all the way to Malaysia and Indonesia.
- Arabian Days.
In the Kampong Glam area, you’ll be immersed in a rich cultural experience. Arab Street is a famous for its silk and basketry, and Haji Lane, a narrow pedestrian way, is becoming a fashion destination known for brilliant colors in unique designs. The district’s Sultan Mosque dates to 1824.
- Relax and Indulge.
Following days of sightseeing, it’s time to rejuvenate in the new luxurious Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. After enjoying a treatment of choice, a couple can relax in a long bath with hydro-jets.
- Cultural Crossroads.
Savor the amazing range of cuisine at the hotel’s Colony restaurant, where culinarians create masterpieces in conservatory kitchens and showcase the best of Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Western and local dishes.
- A Final Show.
Attend a show at Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay, a performing arts center on the waterfront overlooking Marina Bay, with dance, music, theater, visual arts, and more than 3,000 performances, workshops and other activities each year.
Order a nightcap at the hotel’s Chihuly Lounge and unwind in the midst of the exquisite sculptures of American glass artist Dale Chihuly as you relive the adventure and romance of the past three days.